Ausstellungsszenografie / Exhibition Scenography (gLV) 

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Nummer und Typmae-vcs-204.23H.001 / Moduldurchführung
VeranstalterDepartement Kulturanalysen und Vermittlung
LeitungAntonio Scarponi
ZeitFr 10. November 2023 bis Fr 1. Dezember 2023 / 9:15–16:45 Uhr
Herbstsemester 2023

Freitag, 10.11., 17.11., 24.11., 01.12.
09:15 bis 16:45h
OrtAtelier Art Education ZT 4.T39
Anzahl Teilnehmendemaximal 21
ECTS2 Credits
VoraussetzungenStudierende MA Art Education Curatorial Studies: keine

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LehrformFrontal lectures, seminars, workshops, spatial interventions (mockups), field research
ZielgruppenStudierende MA Art Education Curatorial Studies
Lernziele / KompetenzenCompetencies: Students will acquire the essential exhibition design knowledge to understand, analyze, represent existing ideas as well as learn how to represent, explain and transfer knowledge to give form to new ideas using essential design tools such as drawings, sketches, collages, models. Parallel to this; they will receive an overview of the discourse of the state of the arts of exhibition design. Students will operate in small, coordinated workgroups.

Methods: Students will be guided through two primary design methodologies consisting in activating tools and critical categories to read existing exhibition design work to reach a “learning from” attitude and, on the other hand, they will use imaginative and speculative approaches to investigate new ideas and develop new concepts and new scenarios.

Approaches: Students will be mentored using two different approaches: hands-on critical analysis and ideas development as well as critical, conceptual, theoretical knowledge.

Teaching forms: The module will be carried with mutable teaching formats combining theory and practice including, seminars, lectures and workshops, online and offline.
InhalteThe Ausstellungsszenografie seminar will take a concrete exhibition open to the public at the time as it point of departure. Students will be asked to analyse the scenography/architecture and develop interventions/alternatives.
Bibliographie / Literatur- Atelier Brückner, Barthelmes, Christian, & Oudsten, Frank den. (2011). Scenography: Making spaces talk, projects 2002-2010: Narrative Räume, Projekte 2002-2010: Szenografie. Ludwigsburg: Avedition. S. 59-75; S. 111-113; S. 169-227.
  • Warnecke, Jan-Christian. (2014). Ausstellungsplanung: Zur Zusammenarbeit zwischen Museum und Gestalter: Collaboration between museum and designer: Exhibition planning. Stuttgart: Avedition. S. 43-59; S. 63-77.
- O'Doherty, Brian, & McEvilley, Thomas. (1999). Inside the white cube: The ideology of the gallery space (Expanded ed, 1st University of California Press ed., Ahmanson-Murphy fine arts imprint). Berkeley: University of California Press. S. 13-34
  • Voorhies, James Timothy. (2017). Beyond objecthood: The exhibition as a critical form since 1968. Cambridge Massachusetts: The MIT Press. S. 21-70
- Ryan, Zoë, Antonelli, Paola, & Art Institute of Chicago. (2017). As seen: Exhibitions that made architecture and design history (First ed.). Chicago Illinois: The Art Institute of Chicago. S. 15-32.
  • da Silva, Josè. (2019). How museums are stepping up exhibition design. In: The Art Newspaper, 01.03.2019.
Leistungsnachweis / TestatanforderungMindestens 80% Präsenz und aktive Teilnahme, Bearbeitung von Literatur und Übungen. Bewertung mit "bestanden/ nicht bestanden".
TermineHerbstsemester 2023


09:15 bis 16:45h
Dauer4 x 8
Bewertungsformbestanden / nicht bestanden
BemerkungUnterrichtssprache ist English.
The seminar will be held in English.
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